Take a Quiz on What is Hinduism

 


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1. What percentage of world population follows Hinduism?

 
 
 
 

2. Is Hinduism is a different religion than Sanatan Dharma?

 
 

3. Sannyasa (monastic practices) is essential to achieve Moksha.

 
 

4. Self-restraint, and compassion are prescribed eternal duties of a Hindu? Yes/No.

 
 

5. Hinduism was founded by?

 
 
 
 

6. The four purushartahas are :

 
 
 
 

7. When was the term Hinduism introduced in the English language?

 
 
 
 

8. The four Purusarthas are not very important for Hindus? Yes/No.

 
 

9. Do Hindus have a single ecclesiastical order (as in Catholic religion) Yes/No?

 
 

10. Can a Hindu choose to be a polytheistic or  monistic or none or both. Yes/No?

 
 

11. Shaktism is one of the larger denomination among many denominations of Hinduism. Yes/No.

 
 

12. Hindus are allowed to question the authority and eternal truth of their scriptures. Yes/No.

 
 

13. The word Hindu is derived from a river named Ganges. Yes/No?

 
 

14. Hinduism has only four denominations VaishnavismShaivismShaktism and Smartism. Yes/No.

 
 

15. Sruti and Smrti are the founding texts of Hindus? Yes/No.

 
 

16.

Vedas and Upanishads are the only two text of Hindus? Yes/No.

 
 

17. Hinduism was founded in 500AD ? Yes/No.

 
 

18. In Arabic, the word Hindu refers to all Indians (even christians and muslims). Yes/No?

 
 

19. What is the difference between Religion and Dharma?

 
 

20. The word Hindu was first used to describe a geographical location and people living in it. Yes/No?

 
 



 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Great start to this very interesting course… I have always loved Indian culture and especially how much they praise and chant God’s names. I found it so refreshing to know people care, sing, worship and spend so much of their time and life praising God.

    Cant wait to learn more about

  2. Surinder Jain says:

    Thank you Naynai.

  3. I am surprised about how much I knew about Hinduism. Looking forward to learning more. Thank you.

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